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Cattle Glossary of Terms By Theo Oosthuizen
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A Comprehensive guide of Terms that are used and associated with the industry - from Farm to Feedlot
DAIRY DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA By S. V. SHINDE
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Dairy Farming is a class of agricultural, or more properly, an animal husbandry enterprise, raising female cattle, goats, or certain other lactating livestock for long term production of Milk, which... More > may be either processed on site or transported to a dairy for processing and eventual retail sale. Most dairy farms sell the male calves borne by their cows/buffaloes usually for real production, rather than raising Non-Milk Producing Stock. Many dairy farms also grow their own feed, typically including corn, alfalfa and hay. This is fed directly to the Milching animals, or stored as silage for use during the slack season. Additional dietary supplements are added to the feed the increase quality Milk production.< Less
Genetic Engineering in Animals By Homework Help Classof1
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Every new technology brings risks and frightens some people, whether it's new energy sources, new machinery, or new ways of farming. Genetic engineering brings risks as well as benefits. Because the... More > field is so new, some people think the techniques need to be used even more carefully. Others want genetic engineering to be applied, widely, like any other new tool. Cattle have been used since the dawn of history for meat, milk, or both.< Less
Stanley's Story Volume 2 By Stanley Graham
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The second volume of Stanley Graham's memoirs. It covers trucking, the dairy industry, cattle wagon driving, the farmers of south west Scotland and the transition from trucking to being engineer in... More > charge of the last steam-driven mill in Barnoldswick. Closing the shed down, redundancy and further education. Fully illustrated and indexed. 416 pages.< Less
Stanley's Story Volume 2 By Stanley Graham
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The second volume of Stanley Graham's memoirs. It covers trucking, the dairy industry, cattle wagon driving, the farmers of south west Scotland and the transition from trucking to being engineer in... More > charge of the last steam-driven mill in Barnoldswick. Closing the shed down, redundancy and further education. Fully illustrated and indexed. 416 pages.< Less
Stanley's Story Volume Two: Adventures 1963 to 1979 By Stanley Challenger Graham
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The second volume of Stanley Graham's memoirs. It covers trucking, the dairy industry, cattle wagon driving, the farmers of south west Scotland and the transition from trucking to being engineer in... More > charge of the last steam-driven mill in Barnoldswick. Closing the shed down, redundancy and further education. Fully illustrated and indexed. 416 pages.< Less
Our Experience With House Cows By Elizabeth Beavis
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Have you ever thought about owning a house cow but don’t know where to start? Do you dream of unlimited raw milk, manure and beef to complement your small farm activities? “Our... More > experience with House Cows” is an eBook written by a house cow owner to help other small farmers get started with a cow of their own. The eBook is written for Australian conditions, particularly sub-tropical Queensland, but much of the information is applicable to cows and cow owners all over the world. This eBook covers the basics of getting a cow, getting her in calf, milking her and caring for her calf, all using natural methods. The final sections explain how to use all that milk to create delicious dairy products! The eBook references several other cow, cattle and dairy books which are useful to the new cow owner and explain some aspects in more detail. Go ahead, learn how to realise your house cow dream today!< Less
Our Experience With House Cows By Elizabeth Beavis
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Have you ever thought about owning a house cow but don’t know where to start? Do you dream of unlimited raw milk, manure and beef to complement your small farm activities? “Our... More > experience with House Cows” is an eBook written by a house cow owner to help other small farmers get started with a cow of their own. The eBook is written for Australian conditions, particularly sub-tropical Queensland, but much of the information is applicable to cows and cow owners all over the world. This eBook covers the basics of getting a cow, getting her in calf, milking her and caring for her calf, all using natural methods. The final sections explain how to use all that milk to create delicious dairy products! The eBook references several other cow, cattle and dairy books which are useful to the new cow owner and explain some aspects in more detail. Go ahead, learn how to realise your house cow dream today!< Less
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Rural property syndicator MyFarm expects to have its planned share trading platform operating on the Unlisted market next month. The move has important implications for investors because as well as... More > improving share liquidity in MyFarm's syndicated dairy farms, it could also provide a model for share trading for more widely held commercial property syndicates and may eventually provide the base for the float of a substantial farm owning entity. MyFarm has been a major syndicator of dairy farms and has also started syndicating sheep and cattle farms through a new company, MyFarm Sheep & Beef (see story page nine).< Less
MY MEMOIRS By Rosemary Ann Wheelock Young
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Rosemary Wheelock grew up on a farm near Zearing, Iowa in the second quarter of the twentieth century. The farm was without plumbing or electricity—but did have an eight-party telephone line.... More > Her father and brothers farmed with horses—raising corn, soybeans, oats and hay. Their livestock consisted of dairy and beef cattle, hogs, chickens, and sheep. She and her older brothers attended the same one-room country school through eight grades, which their mother had also attended. Then Rosemary graduated from a small high school. She was a basket ball player, who made the all-county team, and was valedictorian of her graduating class.< Less